Google’s Q3 2013 financial results were stellar, beating industry analyst expectations and causing their stock price to surge this morning, one thing remains troubling. Motorola, Google’s recent hardware and patent acquisition, continues to suffer losses. Though the handset maker is poised for a revival, it’s just not happening.
Motorola is trying to make it easy for new owners of their Moto X smartphone to transfer their contacts and calendars over from their iPhones.
Motorola DROID lineup -- with the Apple devices falling short in a few categories.
HTC One Max rumors, at some point it may get to a point where the Motorola DVX leaks head into overdrive. While it certainly appears to be heading in that general direction, this latest brings a bit of talk about the specs and potential pricing. The key here, these details are sitting firmly in the unconfirmed category at the moment.
Motorola is working on a follow-up for the DROID Ultra. The details are coming by way of the Chinese language Weibo and are pointing towards a handset called the DROID Quantum. In addition to the Quantum, it also appears Motorola may be entering the phablet space with a 6.3-inch handset.
Moto X has been making the carrier rounds. This is the update that brings fixes for the camera and touchless controls and so far it has hit three of the big four US carriers. AT&T was the most recent of the three with the update arriving just last week. We are still waiting on word from Verizon Wireless, however a recent leak is suggesting US Cellular will be rolling the update out soon.
Motorola introduced a feature called DROID Zap when they unveiled the trio of new DROID handsets back in July. Those handsets included the DROID Ultra, Maxx and Mini and the Zap feature meant users of any of those three devices would be able to quickly and easily share images with other Zap users. The problem with this, the support for Zap was rather limited.
AT&T Moto X users have an update that will begin rolling out as of today. This is a similar update to what we saw arriving for T-Mobile Moto X users back in September. Or in other words, AT&T Moto X users are getting an update that brings improvements for the camera and touchless controls. Users can sit back and wait for the notification to arrive, or head into the settings and grab it now.